Replicated the Legendary Arcade Space Invaders from 1978 which is a shoot 'em up arcade game developed by Tomohiro Nishikado. The game can be played via any web browser which supports WebAssembly. In addition to using your keyboard to control the game, now you can use voice commands to do the same actions. This implementation is done with Azure Cognitive Speech service. - I’ll talk about the detailed end-to-end implementation of the game deployed in GitHub pages. - Live demo in how it works and some challenges with solutions * Python - General Programming * Pygame - Writing Game Logic * Pygbag - Python WebAssembly for everyone ( packager + test server ) * asyncio - Tried some asyncio code to await between Speech Service and command executions * GitHub Actions - Convert Python code to WebAssembly and deploy it in GitHub pages * Azure Cognitive Services (Speech Service) - Speech to Text conversion of the game commands
Santhosh Kumar aka Sandy is a Data Engineer by profession, has an everlasting curiosity to try out new technologies, and shares his experience at community events. He is also the Lead for Azure Developer Community - Chennai region. He bagged first place in Azure Developer Stories 2021 sponsored by Microsoft Azure, first place in Azure Community Conference (AzConf) 2021, Won Grand Prize ($1500) in Microsoft Azure Trail Hackathon 2022 and Deepgram X DEV Hackathon 2022 ($1500), 3rd Prize in Citi Digital Innovation Challenge 2022 (~$2000), and also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) since 2021, teaching about Azure AI capabilities and has the following certifications under his belt DP-203, DP-100, PL-900, AI-900, DP-900, and AZ-900. He loves talking to people about technologies and how we can use them to make life better. Hackathon wins ~$7100 Coder By heart!!! GitHub Profile - https://github.com/Santhoshkumard11
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